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You’re never too old for Betty White brunch

City Tap House is serving up a celebration on what would have been the star's 100th birthday.

City Tap House Golden Waffle
Remember Betty White during brunch at City Tap House with specials like this Golden Waffle. Provided

America recently lost a legend of showbiz when Betty White died on New Year’s Eve, a few weeks shy of her 100th birthday. A television actor since the medium began, White was best known for playing hilarious characters on The Golden Girls and The Mary Tyler Moore Show, two roles she landed after she had turned 50. She became a household name for generations of comedy fans and has the Guinness Book of World Records-certified longest career ever for a female entertainer.

City Tap House was ready to celebrate the great Betty White with a milestone birthday brunch. In light of her passing, the event is now a tribute — complete with vodka and hot dogs, just as White would have wanted. (The star, who once quipped, “you’re never too old for anything!” had also credited this pair of “favorite foods” for her long and healthy life.)

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On Jan. 17, what would have been her 100th birthday, the Fort Point pub will be decked out in Betty White’s likeness and streaming clips of her career on TV, while serving up a warm remembrance. Brunch specials include Golden Waffles with butter and maple syrup and $5 Golden Glitter Mimosas. Any guests who order up a cold glass of vodka will also be served a complimentary hot dog (one hot dog limit). 

Reservations are strongly encouraged and are available online.

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